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I know some of y'all Cajuns got to have a good BBQ shrimp recipe. If you do and wouldn't mind sharing I'd greatly appreciate it.

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http://www.food.com/recipe/manales-bbq- ... -la-403453

Was going to type it out, but this is it. From the cotton country cookbook. Work's well with cut up chicken, as well as duck. No need to change it, but we occasionally make some edits (mince garlic, cook in olive oil, dump on top. We also use different hot sauces than the Tabasco sometimes, and use more than just a little bit of pepper)


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Russ wrote:
http://www.food.com/recipe/manales-bbq-shrimp-monroe-la-403453

Was going to type it out, but this is it. From the cotton country cookbook. Work's well with cut up chicken, as well as duck. No need to change it, but we occasionally make some edits (mince garlic, cook in olive oil, dump on top. We also use different hot sauces than the Tabasco sometimes, and use more than just a little bit of pepper)


Thank ya sir! Will try it this week.

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If you peel the shrimp before cooking, they cook a tad faster, but soak up a bit more flavor. Just means you're peeling then for everyone, not just yourself lol


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Post Looking for a good BBQ shrimp recipe
Im about as far from Cajun as they come being about 50 miles from Canada but I sure love there food! This is what I like to use just with metal skewers

http://www.skinnytaste.com/bangin-grill ... p-skewers/


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Peel shrimp and season with tonys , cut a pound of bacon in half, take half slice of bacon and wrap around shrimp. Take bacon wrapped shrimp and stick a toothpick or put on skew, cook on pit till bacon is done, slap on some bbq sause. Enjoy!

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Both of you gents posted a couple very good recipes for grilled shrimp. Bbq shrimp doesn't follow what we generally call bbq. It's a dish typically broiled with lots of butter, seasoning and a good french bread is used to soak up the buttery seasoning to get your mouth.


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Russ wrote:
Both of you gents posted a couple very good recipes for grilled shrimp. Bbq shrimp doesn't follow what we generally call bbq. It's a dish typically broiled with lots of butter, seasoning and a good french bread is used to soak up the buttery seasoning to get your mouth.


I'm not complaining! I just got two new grilled skrimp recipes but you sir are correct about the BBQ skrimpisis.

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Russ wrote:
Both of you gents posted a couple very good recipes for grilled shrimp. Bbq shrimp doesn't follow what we generally call bbq. It's a dish typically broiled with lots of butter, seasoning and a good french bread is used to soak up the buttery seasoning to get your mouth.



Yea, I don't think you people know what bbq is. I ordered some bbq shrimp at a cajun restaurant one time and it was some kinda boiled shell on bull shit with gravy on it. BBQ is cooked on a pit or a grill and has bbq sauce on it, damnit! :lol:


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the best recipe I got for you is to wash all that bbq sause off them shrimp, roll them in flour and fry them.


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Cb. Call it broiled shrimp if you want to, but I suggest trying it. I didn't get to this fighting weight eating bologna and hot dogs.
da, it's not bbq sauce, and it puts fried shrimp to shame.


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Russ wrote:
Both of you gents posted a couple very good recipes for grilled shrimp. Bbq shrimp doesn't follow what we generally call bbq. It's a dish typically broiled with lots of butter, seasoning and a good french bread is used to soak up the buttery seasoning to get your mouth.
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Well damn I need to try this bbq shrimp for sure!


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it looks alright,....., but there ain't nothing better than fresh, fried shrimp.
garlic butter shrimp over angelhair pasta is close second.

I didn't know yall knew what a shrimps was up there in ark/la/tex. lol


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Post Re: Looking for a good BBQ shrimp recipe
Well as mentioned earlier...bbq shrimp isn't
Nessicarily BBQ shrimp. But give these two recipes a try...
1- take a Large peeled shrimp(you can leave just the last knuckle of the tail on if
You would like), wrap it in bacon with a Cajun chef jalipino and a piece of cream cheese. Cook on indirect heat to avoid flare up until bacon is crisp. Before u take off pit...take a spoon of pepper jelly and place it on shrimp. Let it melt and remove from grill.
2- with peelings on shrimp, place in pan. Cut up a stick or two of butter and put in pan. Season liberally with Tex joy bbq rub. Add 2-3 spoons of mince garlic, squeeze a half a lemon, and few dabs of Leon Perrin. I also use about 1/2 a cap full of crabboil. Cover with tin foil.


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cajunpd wrote:
Well as mentioned earlier...bbq shrimp isn't
Nessicarily BBQ shrimp. But give these two recipes a try...
1- take a Large peeled shrimp(you can leave just the last knuckle of the tail on if
You would like), wrap it in bacon with a Cajun chef jalipino and a piece of cream cheese. Cook on indirect heat to avoid flare up until bacon is crisp. Before u take off pit...take a spoon of pepper jelly and place it on shrimp. Let it melt and remove from grill.
2- with peelings on shrimp, place in pan. Cut up a stick or two of butter and put in pan. Season liberally with Tex joy bbq rub. Add 2-3 spoons of mince garlic, squeeze a half a lemon, and few dabs of Leon Perrin. I also use about 1/2 a cap full of crabboil. Cover with tin foil.


Must try this! :)


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